2 edition of Middle Jurassic Shaunavon Formation of southwestern Saskatchewan found in the catalog.
Middle Jurassic Shaunavon Formation of southwestern Saskatchewan
James Ellis Christopher
by Department of Mineral Resources, Geological Sciences Branch, Sedimentary Geology Division in Regina
Written in English
|Other titles||Core descriptions--Shaunavon Formation.|
|Statement||by James E. Christopher.|
|Series||Report - Department of Mineral Resources ;, no. 110, Report (Saskatchewan. Dept. of Mineral Resources) ;, no. 110.|
|LC Classifications||QE194 .A27 no. 110, QE681 .A27 no. 110|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||308 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||308|
|LC Control Number||77364861|
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Get this from a library. The Middle Jurassic Shaunavon formation of southwestern Saskatchewan. [James Ellis Christopher]. The Shaunavon Formation is a stratigraphical unit of Bathonian age in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin. It takes the name from the town of Shaunavon, and was first described in the Tidewater A.O.
Eastend Crown No. 1 well, drilled south-west of the settlement, by R.L. Milner and G.E. Thomas in Country: Canada.
The town of Shaunavon is in southwest Saskatchewan at the junction of Highways 37 and It is kilometres from Swift Current, kilometres from the Alberta border and 74 kilometres from the Montana border. Shaunavon was established in along the Canadian Pacific Railway line.
The town has several nicknames including Bone Creek Basin, Boomtown, and Oasis of Province: Saskatchewan. Great Southwest Travel Guide.
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Unformatted text preview: NOTES ON THE JURASSIC OF SOUTHWESTERN SASKATCHEWAN1 R. MILNER AND G. BLAKSLEE2 Regina, Saskatchewan ABSTRACT Four Jurassic formations are recognized in southwestern Saskatchewan—the Watrous, Gravelbourg, Shaunavon, and the type sections of these formations were.
within the middle Jurassic Upper Shaunavon Member in the Whitemud Pool area in SW Saskatchewan, located at TW3M. The Upper Shaunavon Member rests unconformably on the lower Shaunavon carbonate platform. The Whitemud Pool was discovered inand is characterized by a very low. Hill, P.
and Salad Hersi, O. () Lithofacies characterization of the Middle Jurassic Upper Shaunavon Member in southwestern Saskatchewan: preliminary results; in Summary of InvestigationsVolume 1, Saskatchewan Geological Survey, Saskatchewan Ministry of the Economy, Paper A-5, 13p.
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Mary Francis age 68 of the Admiral, Saskatchewan district died on Tuesday, J at the Shaunavon Hospital & Care Centre, Shaunavon, Saskatchewan following a battle with cancer. She was born on the family farm at Admiral on Ma and received her education at the Admiral School.
Prairie Jurassic, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. 5, likes were here. Prairie Jurassic is the first of its kind. We are a Extreme Fun Centre with amazing attractions for all ages!/5(79). Reservoir characteristics and multi-stage hydrocarbon accumulation of the Upper Triassic Yanchang Formation in the southwestern Ordos Basin, NW China the middle Jurassic.
The Frenchman Formation is the youngest Cretaceous formation that occurs in south-western Saskatchewan.
It overlies the late Campanian and Maastrichtian marine shales of the Bearpaw Formation, as. 35 Conclusions The Ravenscrag Formation of southwestern Saskatchewan is the temporal correlative of the Tullock and Lebo formations and possibly a lower por- tion of the Tongue River Formation.
The transition from the lower or grey facies of the Ravenscrag to the upper or buff facies is not a time boundary, but rises in the section from west to. Distance» Saskatchewan» Regina» Saskatchewan» Shaunavon There are miles or km from Regina to Shaunavon.
Regina and Shaunavon are take 3 hours 27 mins by car and you can see best route for this distance. Middle and Upper Jurassic shales, carbonates, evaporites, and sandstones (Watrous, Gravelbourg, Shaunavon, Vanguard and equivalent Formations) were deposited in a depositionally restricted epicratonic setting in the Williston Basin in southern Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba.
The Wonders of Southwestern Saskatchewan On the 10th anniversary of my first arrival in Canada last year, I made it to the only Canadian province I had never been before: Saskatchewan. When I told people that I was going to Saskatchewan, they usually looked at. The Shaunavon Formation is a stratigraphical unit deposited during the mid-Jurassic Era in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin.
Taking the name from the town of Shaunavon in SW Saskatchewan, it was deposited during the Bathonian age and is approximately million years in age.
The 1st well was drilled in just SW of the town of. The Ordos Basin is a multicyclic composite basin with a complex basement, located between the stable zone of eastern China and the western active area (Chen et al., ).Structurally, the Ordos Basin is rectangular in shape and is bounded by the Yinshan Mountains to the north, the Qinling Mountains to the south, the Liupan Mountains to the west, Cited by: 3.#, – 5th Ave SW Calgary, AB T2P 0L6 () [email protected]